Though several actors portray Elvis Presley at different stages of his life, this documentary is comprised mostly of actual performance footage and interviews with Elvis, his fans and those... See full summary »
Paul Boensch III
One of many biographical films involving Elvis Presley. Shortly after Elvis' separation from Priscilla in February 1972, Elvis met a former Memphis beauty queen, Linda Thompson, and her ... See full summary »
Dr. Syd has a good practice in the big city but a bad day when her terminal patient finally passes away. Her surgeon boyfriend, who has been sarcastically nick named "Mr. Personality" and "... See full summary »
Charming ladies man Johnny Miller is bored with his still committed wife, swimming instructor Susan. Under the 'bachelor' alias Jake Miller he has a relationship with psychologist Laurel ... See full summary »
Elvis and Me is the story of Priscilla Beaulieu Preseley and her soon to be husband Elvis Presley. But before she meet the king, she was the step-daughter of an army captain, (her real father was killed in a plane crash, coming home to see Priscilla). The movie starts out in Austin Texas in 1959, when Priscilla (Susan Walters) gets the news from her kid sister (Kristin Holstrom) that they are moving. She tries to talk her mom (Linda Miller) and her step-father (Jon Cypher) to let her stay in Austin. The story moves to Germany, where Priscilla is home sick, until when one day, when the club she hanges out at, has an Elvis Presley look-a-like contest. Where she meets a man named Currie Grant (Greg Webb). He talks her parents into letting Priscilla meeting Elvis Presley (Dale Midkiff) at his house. Aslo, stayting at his house in Germany is his father Vernon Presley (Billy Green Bush) and his grandmother Minnie Mae Presley (Anne Haney). Remember Elvis Presley's mother Gladys died the year before. If you like this tv movie, you should try to read the book, written by the real Priscilla Beaulieu Presley. 10/10
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